Zinc is an essential trace mineral used in many body processes. In humans, it influences the development of sexual organs and prostate function. It acts as an antioxidant, promotes skin health, the synthesis of keratin and collagen, if deficient (white spots, nail fragility, stretch marks from broken collagen, white streaks, absolute deficiency), excessive foot odor. It supports the regeneration of healthy cartilage, promotes a better cell metabolism, supports the regeneration of healthy tissue, can help maintain normal cell function, supports the improvement of male performance: in particular, zinc deficiency causes sperm with little mobility, often sterile, the lack of androgens, progesterone, corticosteroid hormones, prostatic hypertrophy, supports the healthy immune system, is necessary to produce insulin and to store it, facilitates DNA repair and improves the activity of the immune system and the hormonal and vascular system. Zinc is a natural inhibitor of aromatase, the most common cause of estrogen / testosterone imbalance. The suggested daily dose is 30-90 mg
• Works as an anti-oxidant.
• Regularizes taste and smell.
• Promotes regular growth and development.
• Promotes wound healing.
• Promotes regular growth of the fetus.
• Promotes DNA and RNA synthesis.
• Promotes cell division, repair and synthesis.
• Regularizes the blood level of vitamin A
In particular, its deficiency can favor harmful changes in the size and structure of the prostate, which contains more zinc than any other part of the human body. In cases of prostate disorders, particularly prostate cancer, zinc levels in the gland fall. In prostatic hypertrophy, its administration is able to reduce the size of the gland itself and alleviate the symptoms associated with it. Zinc supplementation is particularly appropriate in medium-sized hypertrophies with class 2 IPSS (mild to moderate symptoms). The human body contains about 2 g of zinc and the daily need is 20 mg in the adult and its daily dosage should be 10, 15, 25 mg depending on the needs. No cases of toxicity are reported. The degeneration of the prostate gland, seminal vesicle and sperm is reversible. However, testicular degeneration due to zinc deficiency is not reversible.